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An Investigation into the Mass Deaths of German Prisoners at the Hands of the French and Americans after World War II By James Bacque. Other Losses caused. James Bacque. Other Losses: An Investigation into the Mass Deaths of German Prisoners at the Hands of the French and Americans after World War II. Other Losses has 67 ratings and 8 reviews. Other Losses: An Investigation Into the Mass Deaths of German Prisoners at the Hands of James Bacque.
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InBacque visited the newly-opened KGB archives where he discovered more evidence to support his claim. This revised edition of Other Losses presents othdr The first edition of otjer controversial book caused an international scandal by claiming that almost one million German prisoners of war had died of starvation in American and French death camps after World War II. This revised edition of Other Losses presents all the relevant new material on the uames plus new evidence of the suppression of truth by Western academics, press, and governments.
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Mar 26, TrumanCoyote rated it liked it. Very tediously written badly organized and repetitious–and looks like it was padded out for publication –but the story it tells is appalling. I liked the last few paragraphs–culminating in: As we celebrated the victory of our Very tediously written badly organized and repetitious–and looks like it was padded out for publication –but the story it tells is appalling.
As we celebrated the victory of our virtue in public, we began to lose it in secret. Oct 11, Frank Butry rated it really liked it.
An interesting look into American treatment of German solders after WW2. I read this book when it first came out, which meant there was time to discuss it with an elderly German neighbour who had been a Sergeant, or whatever the German equivalent is, in WW2.
He confirmed that what Baque revealed was already well known among German veterans. But he also revealed something else bacqje should be investigated further.
My neighbour surrendered in France and was interned at St Nazaire. He and his comrades were hames treated very well. Then they were issued with American I read this book when it first came out, which meant there was time to discuss it with an elderly German neighbour who had been a Sergeant, or whatever the German equivalent is, in WW2. Then they were issued with American uniforms and military equipment.
Their impression was that they were going to be used as part of ,osses Allied offensive against the USSR. That lasted for about a week – as far as I can recall from our conversation. Then their American clothes and guns were taken from them, and their treatment as POWs went from honourable to disgraceful. Jul 26, Johns rated it it was amazing Shelves: This is the key point of Bacque’s book. That a victor was able to hide and still continues to deny the savage treatment of German soldiers and civilians after winning WWII is a horrendous example of too much power placed into the hands of willful and devious men.
This extensively-footnoted work lays out a frightening scenario for the future.
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What if the unchecked decline of western civilization continues to the point where bel “Whoever controls the press proclaims that it is free. What if the unchecked decline of western civilization continues to the point where believing Christians are thought without any proof to be a hazard to the public at large. We too like so many hapless Germans otehrand could be rounded up and left to starve in open collection fields without food, medical treatment or shelter.
And all the while a suppliant press does nothing to jamws the outrage. Read this amazing book! Jan 20, Eric rated it liked it. The evidence appears pretty solid, and it is well known in Germany at least – I heard about it when I lived there from ”82 that the population level of Germans dropped by othdr 3 million between ”48 for unaccountable reasons.
The usual explanation is that it was the slaughter of the Prussian civilians fleeing west that got trapped and killed by the Red Army, but no records of bacwue were ever kept. Maybe some things never need to be known??? Another emotional book written by a Nazi sympathizer. Private Franz says that the Americans “were really shitty”.
And that is also supported by Private Heinz who olsses decades later how they were fed “almost nothing”. To that the careful writer adds about how a million or so other Germans were taken from the X place and sent to Y.
How about some numbers? How about the average calorie count? It’s all a Jewish conspiracy, right, and the Holocaust never existed. Michael rated it really liked it May 31, Richard Early rated it did not like it Aug 18, Kenton Lockwood rated it really liked it Sep 09, Emma Campbell rated it liked it Jul 01, Alex Frame rated it liked it Apr 16, Sigurvaldi rated it really liked it Dec 29, John rated it liked it Jun 18, Petra Strasek rated it really liked it Oct 15, Ilyas Ozturk rated it liked it Dec 09, Jueri rated it it was amazing Aug 05, D Andrews rated it liked it Jun 21, Eric rated it really liked it Apr 22, Gleb Kosieck rated it it was amazing Jan 22, Andreas Voigt rated it it was amazing Aug 01, Paul rated it did not like it Jul 29, Joseph rated it it was amazing Mar 14, Vasco rated it liked it Aug 17, Yvonne rated it liked it Feb 26, Mar 30, Greta marked it as not-to-read.
Alex Ronk rated it it was amazing Apr 14, Louis Pofi rated it liked it Dec 15, Julian rated it really liked it Dec 25, There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Canadian novelist, publisher and writer of historic non-fiction. Bacque studied philosophy and history and the University of Toronto, where he also holds an bachelor of arts. Bacque was considered to be an mainstream writer until he began to write about allied war crimes against Germany and the fate of German prisoners of war.
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